Zyp Bikesharing is launching three new stations in Birmingham.
The carnival brings together families for a day of food, fun, and classic amusement park rides.
She wants to spend the money on more laptops for her classroom because it can be difficult to share a handful of laptops with the whole scho…
Family, friends, and the community gather to remember Nakia Harris.
The Solid Rock Church hosted its 11th annual egg hunt yesterday.
A new report out this morning has ranked Birmingham as the 5th best city for Easter celebrations.
Before she started teaching, Inglenook students had never had an art program.
People from across Gadsden came together to remember the life of a murdered teen.
High school students from across Jefferson County came together to discuss current events and situations they face at school on a daily basi…
With this money, Terrell will buy tablet computers to help with classroom efficiency.
Thousands of University of Alabama students are getting ready to hit the road for Spring Break this weekend.
This week’s One Class at a Time grant money was awarded to Ms. Chris Puckett, a school counselor at Cleveland Elementary School.
Inside Mr. Todd Keeney’s agri-construction class, the steady tempo of hammers is the first thing you hear when you walk in the door.
Ms. Donna Wilson, a 4th grade teacher from Kermit Johnson Elementary School, is gearing up to spend $1,000 on her classroom.
We surprised 6th grade math teacher, Ms. Contanika Johnson, while she was with her students in a PE class.